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Cyber Third-Party Risk Management: A Comparison of Non-Intrusive Risk Scoring Reports
Cybersecurity is a concern for organizations in this era. However, strengthening the security of an organization’s internal network may not be sufficient since modern organizations depend on thirdExpand
An Exploration of Disinformation as a Cybersecurity Threat
The author aims to explore the dynamics of the several interacting fields i.e. Psychology and Computer Science, their influence on disinformation, which provides an ideal interdisciplinary and holistic approach to its reduction and management. Expand
The Demographic Profile Most at Risk of being Disinformed
This paper explores the relationship between a person's demographic data, age (IV1), gender (IV2), ethnicity (IV3), and political ideology (IV4), and the risk of him/her falling prey toExpand
Understanding the Impact of Contextual Clues in Misinformation Detection
To further reduce the pervasiveness of fake news on social networking sites and increase content integrity, an important yet one of the most basic of defenses has be explored—content descriptors.Expand
The Organizational Cybersecurity Success Factors: An Exhaustive Literature Review
The authors reviewed the secondary literatures of organizational cybersecurity posture, focusing on five factors: technology design, management procedures, organizational structure, legal environment, and human competencies, showing security technology can be improved with advanced technology, usability, and design process. Expand
Human Capacity Organizational Roadmap for E-Government Interoperability in the Philippines
This paper offers an assessment on the performance of the Philippines’ e-government initiatives particularly in the aspect of interoperability. Benchmarking Canada, Australia, and Singapore—theExpand
Understanding the Association of Personal Outlook in Free Speech Regulation and the Risk of being Mis/Disinformed
This paper explores the relationship between a person's outlook on the issues of freedom of speech (IV1), fake news regulation (IV2), and the risk of him/her falling prey to Mis/DisinformationExpand